September 21, 2011

SSRIs at Parts +Labour on September 18th

Vancouver noise pop band, SSRIs stopped by in the city during their a month long national tour at Parts and Labour on September 18th.

In the dark and humid basement, the cage-like stage, surrounded with a mesh, could not capture their wildness- They burnt it down with torches of eccentric yet captivating noise beats and classic-infused melodies,  while leaving the attentive audience tapping their toes

When it comes to noise music, some bands are perplexed by the genre, producing something that’s just loud and noisy, which leaves me discontented.  SSRIs epitomized what a real noise band is. -They constructed the delicate puzzles of art with various static hiss and hum from four instrument, filling the space impeccably with vibrant performance and alluring tunes from their latest album, "Effeminate Godzilla-Sized Wind Chimes,"
including "Certain Set Configuration" and "Row." The quarter didn't forget to tease the audience with their new piece.

The quartet are back on the road for the rest of their shows in the nation. If you are in the town that they are going to be performing, don't forget to check them out. The below is the tour date.

Sunday September 25 - Penticton, BC @ Voodoo's
Monday September 26 - Lethbridge, AB @ Owl Acoustic Lounge
Saturday October 1 – Calgary, AB @ The Palomino

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